Missing vulnerable adult in Phoenix found safe - Tucson News Now

Missing vulnerable adult in Phoenix found safe

Carmelita Solis (Source: Arizona Department of Public Safety) Carmelita Solis (Source: Arizona Department of Public Safety)
Carmelita Solis (Source: Arizona Department of Public Safety) Carmelita Solis (Source: Arizona Department of Public Safety)
PHOENIX (Tucson News Now) -

UPDATE: As of 9:21 a.m. Sunday-- Carmelita Barreras Solis, 68, has been located safe in the area of 1600 E. Indian School Road, officials from the Phoenix Police Department said. She has been reunited with her family.

Phoenix police are asking for the public's help in locating a woman who went missing on Tuesday, Nov. 14.

Carmelita Barreras Solis was last seen near North 32nd Street and East McDowell Road in Phoenix. 

Solis is 68 years old, 5-foot-3, 130 pounds, with gray hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing a gray shirt and blue jeans.

She suffers from a medical condition that may cause her to appear confused or disoriented.

Anyone who has information that can help find her is urged to call (602) 534-2121.

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